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Oct 12, 2012 7:00pm PDT
. >> it seemed to work. in fact a cbs poll of undecided voters found that 50% of them gave the debate to the vice president. only 31% gave it to congressman ryan. cnn has it closer to a draw. 48 ryan 44 biden. that was of registered voters. a strong performance from biden, but a tie overall being called by the media frankly was what we predicted last week. but the tie goes to the president who is already ahead in the electoral college tally. for more on last night's veep debate, we're going to turn to boston and alan schroeder, our resident expert and the author of "presidential debates: 50 years of high-risk tv." welcome back inside "the war room." >> thank you, jennifer. >> jennifer: in your opinion what was the defining moment? >> for me the take away was that interesting generational conflict there. i felt like i was watching a dad and son having a fight at the dinner table. and the age thing can cut either way. if you are the older candidate you look past your prime or you look wise and experienced. i thought that disparity there favored biden. >> jennifer: so y
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